Episodes

Blogs and Podcast with David Leo Schultz

EP: 3 – Hide and go love me

EP: 3 – “Hide and go love me”. On this weeks episode David reads his blog about being really loved by being really real and delivers a sermon on the DNA of God, and talks about his guest for EP:4 – Wm Paul Young (The Shack). If you would like to support my Ragamuffin Mission…
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The gospel according to Elfie

Last December my wife had a great idea. She said we should start doing Christmas traditions now that the girls are old enough to make memories. I couldn’t agree more. We came up with several. One idea that was thrown out was, “Elf on the Shelf”…a tradiiton where you put a little elf doll on…
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EP: 2 – Richard Rohr on St. Francis, Faith, & Hell

In this second episode, Fr. Richard Rohr stops by to talk with David Leo Schultz about St. Francis of Assisi in preparation for David’s next movie. The conversation takes an unexpected turn when David opens up about his own faith crisis and questions. Aside from this great convo, enjoy a sermon by David on Abiding…
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Who and what is “good?”

 Before I begin, let me just say, I’m feeling nervous. Matter of fact I texted one of my best friends and asked him to pray for me.I’ve got my coffee, my bible, my computer and I’m ready to write this, what will be the first new blog and will lead into my very first episode…
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EP: 1 – How to experience God

In this very first episode of THE RAGAMUFFIN PREACHER, David Leo Schultz, gives you a glimpse of the fire that burns in his heart and the “why” of this podcast. He discusses pieces of his story and also unpacks how God has been chasing him with Divine Compassion since he was a kid from Indiana.…
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Trailer: The Ragamuffin Preacher

The Ragamuffin Preacher is a podcast with one goal, and only one goal…

The Shape of Your Life

The shape of your life will be in direct correlation to the shape of your heart. This is the redundant and life giving message that echoes throughout all of Christian scripture, helpful and healthy theology, gospel communities, and Divine contemplation. Oh, but much easier said than done, right? For me, it seems, I have spiritual…
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